As well as being Time to Talk Day today, it is also Children's Mental Health Week. This year it's all about taking steps to be healthy inside out.
A sculpture created from confiscated knives used to commit crimes is to go on display outside Coventry Cathedral.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) have launched a campaign for Valentine’s Day, following the #easytoASK campaign which took place last summer.
Families are loving the new insect ‘hotel’ that has been built at Coombe Country Park.
If you live in Coventry and have a view about rented housing, the Council wants to hear your thoughts.
A brand new musical based on The Wind in the Willows will be coming to the Belgrade Theatre between 20 – 23 March, 2019.
Two of Coventry’s sporting celebrities performed the draw for Rugby League’s Coral Challenge Cup – at the city’s historic St Mary’s Guildhall.
A Coventry man has been sentenced to 10 months imprisonment after being caught transporting illegal cigarettes between London and Coventry.
The Council is set to announce a balanced budget for the city in 2019/20.
For the first time ever, Vélo Birmingham & Midlands is launching the Vélo Schools 100 Challenge!
Take part in Discover in a Day with Culture Coventry Museums before the end of March 2019 for £5 per pupil.
West Midlands Police and Coventry City Council are hoping to gain support from councillors to consult on a possible Public Space Protection Order (PSPO).
Today marks Time to Talk Day, which means we want everyone to have a conversation about mental health.
DVLA has launched a new advertising campaign targeting 12 areas in the country where vehicle tax evasion is highest.
Coventry City Council, the Environment Agency and Warwickshire Wildlife Trust are inviting residents to find out more about flood prevention in the Butt Lane and Washbrook Lane area of Allesley.
Coventry Councillors will be asked to back plans that will help to tackle air pollution in Coventry, as towns and cities across the country try to address Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2) pollution.
The new 50 metre swimming pool at the Alan Higgs Centre on Allard Way is set to benefit from a £1.5 million grant from Sport England.
Coventry, the 2019 European City of Sport and a RLWC2021 host venue, will stage the Coral Challenge Cup third round draw on Monday 11 February (6pm).
A consultation has today (Feb 4) been launched over plans to use new powers to tackle anti-social behaviour on the buses.
A tree has been planted in memoriam of the city’s first ever female Asian councillor and former Lady Mayoress, Meto Lakha.
Saturday 9 March 10am – 4pm Coventry Transport Museum
Today marks 100 days to go, before Velo Birmingham and Midlands gets underway on Sunday 12 May.
GoodGym Coventry offers a chance to get fit and help people in the community. People in Coventry can combine getting fit with doing good deeds, thanks to the innovative new fitness phenomenon, GoodGym.
The GoRun 5K Fun Run, part of the Festival of Running, has reached over 3,000 runners which is fantastic news for the city!
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales this week visited Drapers’ Hall and the London Electric Vehicle Company.
Coventry will be a host city when the Rugby League World Cup 2021 comes to England.
On Time to Talk Day, we want everyone to have a conversation about mental health.
ICT services will be performing network maintenance on Sunday 10th February between 8:00 and 17:00 which will affect schools internet access.
One of the government’s top scientific advisers paid a visit to Coventry on Friday 18th January, to understand the public health challenges.
Coventry agencies are encouraging rough sleepers in the city centre to access local services, where food and shelter is being provided as winter takes hold.